RIYL: Elliott, Christie Front Drive, The Gloria Record
Label: Graveface Records & Curiosities
You read that right.Â Now over two decades strong, The Appleseed Cast has returned after 6 years for a brand new full-length.Â Significant players from emo’s second wave in the nineties, The Appleseed Cast has endured because of their dexterity and willingness to experiment past the tropes that confined so many of their peers.Â 2001’s Low Level Owl, considered among their fanbase as the Pet Sounds of the genre, redefined the group and set a precedent for bands that felt trapped and suffocated in their own audience’s expectations.Â From then on, The Appleseed Cast was damn near impossible to define.Â That bodes well for The Fleeting Light of Impermanence, 8 new tracks destined to defy your assumptions.
Graveface Records has 250 copies of the record on black vinyl, 500 on translucent teal, 1000 on white and an edition of 250 gorgeous hand-poured variants for Graveface club members only.Â Also available for club members is a test pressing limited to a mere 50.Â Lots to choose from here!Â If you’re interested in the record club, read more about it HERE. Check out the first available track below.
The first 2000 copies of the brilliant new album by the Appleseed Cast will come in embossed "arigato style" packaging (limited one time only pressing with said packaging). There are a few variants:
- 250 copies 180 gram black (exclusive to Graveface mail-order customers)
- 500 copies 180 gram translucent teal w/ wisps (exclusive to Graveface mail-order customers)
- 1000 copies 180 gram white (retail colorway, you'll find these at your local record shops on 6/28 or you can grab one here today)
- 250 copies 180 gram handpoured (exclusively for Graveface Record Club members - join today at bit.ly/2JemTOQ)
- 50 test pressings with stencil spray painted jackets (available exclusively to Graveface Record Club members - join today)
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- Too Expensive